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oldfashioned (comparative more oldfashioned, superlative most oldfashioned)

  1. Rare spelling of old-fashioned.
    • 2000, John Dos Passos, The 42nd Parallel, page 119:
      She began to feel that there was a great throbbing arclighted world somewhere outside and that only living in Georgetown where everything was so poky and oldfashioned, and Mommer and Popper were so poky and oldfashioned, kept her from breaking into it.